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Salt Marsh Tiger Moth
Salt Marsh Tiger Moth (Estigmene acrea acrea: Erebidae) Wingspan 4.5-6.8 cm (1.8-2.7 in).
Habitat
Post Oak Savannah Vegetational Area. Open park-like setting with scattered post oaks at ca. 91 m (300 ft) elevation.
Location
Bryan, Brazos County, Texas, USA.
Date taken
March 2019
Scientific name
Estigmene acrea
Equipment used
Canon
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Excellent shot Stanley, with amazing fine detail (including the antennae, when I put my reading glasses on). The markings are beautiful.
 
excellent photo of this exquisite moth, Stanley!!! superb, subtle colors, top marks, many tfs!!!
 
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Opus Editor
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LOL with the spots, you'd think it would be a 'leopard' wouldn't you!!!

What a beauty it is Stanley... such a neat looking moth this one.
 

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